Microsoft’s Home Hub expected to re-innovate a shared family Windows 10 PC



In the past few months, there have been two rumors about Microsoft’s “HomeHub.” According to rumors, the software giant has built Cortana-powered kitchen equipment, similar to Amazon’s echo speaker and Google’s device. We have also reported on Microsoft’s home center recently, but details about the products so far are already very scarce.

Today, take a closer look at Microsoft’s new report center. It turns out that Microsoft is planning a much more serious problem not just for your kitchen equipment by Cortana.

Basically with the Home Center, Microsoft plans to innovate again on a shared PC running Windows 10. The home center will allow a family to share computers among different members of the family, but it will provide a streamlined experience. First of all, Microsoft’s Home Hub will obviously have a “home account” that will always be logged on to the computer and users can access the authorized application and content without a password.

From the master account, all users can access the home desktop that will have “home enabled apps” – these are basically application-enabled passwords that are not used and allow family members to share data. This feature, it sounds like Windows Phone child corner features. It is worth noting that a family member will also have different accounts on the same computer with content only through themselves and they can easily log in with Windows.

The other majority of HomeHub is expected to be “Welcome Screen”. This feature will only share workspaces with an overview of your day at the desktop, including details about your upcoming appointments, notes, to-do list, and it will be available to everyone in the family.

Home center functionality will also be integrated into Cortana – which is apparently codenamed “FamTana” (Family Cortana). This feature basically distinguishes between different family members who interact with the user based on their personal information. For example, it can provide details from a user’s laptop at home. Another application Microsoft is being called “Connect”, which will be a center for all smart devices at home – which include smart light bulbs, locks, and other smart home appliances.

All windows 10 PCs should theoretically be able to run back home, and they should also have full Windows 10 PC experience. However, Microsoft apparently with the OEM partners on the integration of equipment design “specifically for the family center” can arrive in 2017 later.

From the look of things, Microsoft plans to have a lot of heavy work centers at home. The software giant is obviously working on a big project, so it would be interesting to see if it was successful. Remember, things are still in the development phase, so some of the features mentioned do not even appear in the future. If Microsoft decides to continue with the home center, users should be able to enjoy the mature experience in 2018, but earlier versions of features and devices should arrive in 2017 by the Family Center.

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